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Greening Government Operations (GGO)
Performance Measure RPP DPR
Policy Implementation Status  

Targets / Strategies / Comments

  1. Approach
    The Director of Finance, Administration and Planning of the Canadian Transportation Agency is mandated to address all aspects of the Policy on Green Procurement.
  2. Management Processes and Controls
    All contract documents have been amended to incorporate environmental considerations into business practices. Internal policies on procurement and material management have been revised and updated to incorporate environmental considerations in decision making, from the procurement through to the disposal process. In 2011-2012, the Agency's monitoring system will be improved in order to perform effective monitoring of purchases from PWGSC green consolidated procurement instruments.
  3. Setting Targets
    In addition to commitments identified in (ii) and (v), the Agency commits to ensuring that 95% of all purchases will be made through PWGSC green consolidated procurement instruments, where available.
  4. Training
    The Agency requires that 65% of its procurement staff take Canadian School of Public Service course C215 by the end of 2011-2012.
  5. Performance Evaluation
    One objective in the performance management agreement of the manager of procurement is to ensure that environmental considerations are taken into account in all procurement activities.